Deciphering the Value of Pearls

Have you ever wondered why, often, pearl necklaces right alike have different values? The answer to this question is in fact no Pearl be equal to another and that depending on the characteristics that present, receive different classifications on the market. The gem is usually evaluated according to seven factors: layer of perlífero material (nacre), format, irregularities, brightness, East, size and color, let’s understand a little more about that?

To begin, we must bear in mind that a thicker the nacre thickness (perlífera layer) is fundamental. That’s because pearls with very thin layers tend to be more opaque and not have the appearance “alive” that requires a jewel, so I end up being disposed of jewelry which gives preference to pearls that have thicker layers of material perlífero.

Another important aspect is the format, according to After all, the spherical pearls, lisinha, no bumps or depressions in the surface of the Pearl are the most desired. Already the glow from the jewel is directly related to the reflection of light in your area. That is, the more smooth and without irregularities, the higher the brightness and more valuable is the Pearl.

Already the East works as an effect of light reflected and refracted internally from within the Pearl, about the thin layers of aragonite. Pearls with a good East are those that feature larger values. The sizes of pearls are different and, obviously, the larger ones are of higher value.

The Pearl shade also influences on your value, but this question is relative and depends on the country where the yolk is marketed. Generally speaking, the Golden, white, pink, and black are the most sought after. Depending on the region, a tone or other features more or less acceptance and value. In the case of necklaces and earrings is also very important that the jewelry report pearls as similar as possible in all aspects (color, nacre, surface brightness, shape, and size). That leaves the most harmonious, beautiful and, consequently, valued.